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New York-based boutique bank Ducera Partners will score a monster payday if $62B the Bayer-Monsanto deal goes through.
"It's sort of a situation where nobody, really, is going to end up looking good," said James Stevenson, director of North American coal for analyst firm IHS. Nationwide, self-bonding in the coal-mining industry tops $3.3 billion. That includes $2.3 billion in IOUs that the three biggest bankrupt coal companies— Alpha Natural Resources, Arch Coal and Peabody— owe in...
The Lending Club CEO's resignation underscores the web of relationships between Wall Street alums and P2P loan buyers.
Wall Street banks hear growing calls to think about doing deals. It’s not clear anyone will follow through.
A former broker has filed a securities arbitration case before FINRA against Morgan Stanley, saying the company unjustly fired and penalized her.
The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.
Analysts say banks' FICC desk's poor performance has hit a low point and will bounce back.
Mike Karp, CEO of Wall Street recruiting firm Options Group, said layoffs are par for the course with investment banks.
CNBC’s David Faber speaks to David Solomon, Goldman Sachs’ co-head of investment banking, on why corporations are trying to issue debt in Europe.
Goldman Sachs, the banking gold standard for the world's elite, sees a future in less prosperous investors.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.
Four years after its proposed creation, the Consolidated Audit Trail is finally showing signs of life.
Some 30 American companies were recognized for their efforts to boost diversity and inclusion.
Jim Cramer points out that companies firing employees have also seen their stock take off this earnings season.
Bank analyst Dick Bove takes aim at Goldman and says the company has made some bad decisions.
Financial regulators and politicians are bringing changes to the Wall Street job market, according to these experts.
Atlantic group Co-founder John Ricco weighs in on the salary and bonus reductions going on at big banks since recession.
FBR Capital Markets Managing Director Paul Miller shares his thoughts on a big bank split up, including JP Morgan, Citigroup and Bank of America.
CNBC's Susan Li uses Kensho data to look at outperformers in the financial sector.
Average compensation at Goldman Sachs, including money socked away for annual bonuses, fell by 44 percent in the first quarter.